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Two Dogue de Bordeaux' enjoying the freedom of a dog park.

Two Dogue de Bordeaux' enjoying the freedom of a dog park.
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Winner in Bull Dogs, Terriers and Mastiff breeds in action Photo Challenge
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andrevondeling
 
andrevondeling October 03, 2018
Great image! Thank you for joining my challenge!
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dinahumphreys May 17
Wonderful action dog photo!!!
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dinahumphreys May 17
I am your new follower!☺

Behind The Lens

Location
This image is taken at a local dog park. We go there frequently for socialization and freedom. No leash required! And it's a great place to get action images. Lots of room to move. A Dogue de Bordeaux doesn't exactly stop on a dime!
Time
It was late afternoon in February. Hoping for some other dogs to play with and photograph.
Lighting
Lighting .. at that time of year, in Denmark, the sun hangs low and on a sunny afternoon it's like magic on fawn colors. Preset manual exposure at 1/2500 sec, f/4, ISO 400.
Equipment
My Canon 7D II and a Canon 70-200mm f/4, my knees and freehand. You can't do this with a tripod and move fast enough!
Inspiration
I know the place well and how my dogs get when we come there. So it was really a combination of their fawn color, the magic sunlight and expecting that the dogs would play.
Editing
Increased the temp a bit and brushed some contrast and clarity into the foreground.
In my camera bag
Normally I always have my Canon 7D II with the Canon 70-200mm f/4, a 50mm f/1.4 and a Sigma 17-70mm.
Feedback
Dogs are unpredictable if you don't know what to look for. Study their movement just before they go crazy. If they lower their front, just like lions before a chase, you know that somethings is about to happen. Don't chase the dogs hoping for a great images. Pick a spot, select an area where the light is good and wait for them to enter. Throwing snacks or treats will only make them walk around with their heads in the dirt.

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